OPINION | Shakedowns and handshakes in Nigeria


Nigeria is at a crossroads. Africa’s most populous and largest economy must decide: does it want to be a modern democracy and a free market, anchored by the rule of law and institutions in which every man and woman can perform to the best of their ability? Or does it want to remain a Third World basket case in which the worst forms of behaviour thrive, to the detriment of future generations?..

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